IVV Vs. VOO –  What Is The Difference Between These ETFs?


Since markets tend to be volatile, having an investment portfolio with a diversified allocation will help you manage risk as well  as diversify.

This post will discuss IVV vs. VOO that you may consider in your investment strategies.

IVV is mainly influenced by the performance and price of the stocks it buys. So your investment appreciates relative to the growth and profitability of the stocks.

Managers of VOO operate a replication strategy by investing all assets in profitable stocks in the S&P 500.

If you are looking for a fund that will cost you very low fees, both funds are equal since they charge the same 0.03% fees. Plus overall, both funds track the same S&P stocks.

Again, whatever is aligned to your investment objective should be the deciding factor when selecting which fund to choose.